Make your own stylish jewellery with Dremel Tools
Did you know that you can recycle things from around your house to create your own unique jewellery? Search your tool box or kitchen draw and turn safety pins, washers, copper wire – even small coins into amazing pieces of jewellery.
will be the envy of your friends!
Dremel 300 Series and Flexi shaft 225
Dremel Project Table
Dremel Clamps x3
Dremel Engraving tip 9929
Dremel multi-chuck 4486
Dremel mandrel 402
Dremel cut off wheels 409
Galvanized wire 0.8mm/ Copper wire 0.4mm
Safety pins 27mm/ paper clips
Thin piece of wood
Jeweller’s ring mandrel
½ round, and cutting pliers
7mm jump rings x 8
1. Cut a length of wire and wrap it around a jeweller’s ring mandrel three times to create neat circles. Then make six more circles. Cut lengths of copper wire and wrap them evenly and tightly around the circles.
2. Link the wire circles together using the jump rings and attach the clasp. Lay a piece of wood on the Dremel Project Table, and clamp a safety pin to the wood. Use the Dremel 300 and attach to the end of the Dremel Flexishaft 225 for more precise cutting. Use the cut off wheels 409, multi-chuck 4486 and mandrel 402 to cut the sharp tip off a safety pin.
3. Engrave a simple pattern onto the washers using the Dremel Engraver with the
Diamond Engraving Tip 9929 and hang the washers from the bracelet via copper
wire. Thread clear beads onto the safety pins and paper clips. Use a pair of ½
round nosed pliers to bend them into shapes with a loop for hanging.